Sagging Floor Repair in Woods Cross Roads

Trusted Foundation and Crawl Space Services in Woods Cross Roads, VA

Crawl Space Moisture Problems in Woods Cross Roads

If your crawl space has excess water when there are extended rains or you've got large cracks along your foundation, you know there could be a real problem. We are ready to help when your home has any type of crawl space flooding, sinking foundation, or bowing foundation wall problem. We use methods and products that we have thoroughly tested over the years that our team stands behind. We have a team of professionals in Woods Cross Roads that are trained to correctly investigate your home and evaluate your problem to design a specialized solution for your problem that will keep your home safe and protected. When we install a crawl space moisture mitigation system or a repair solution, it is supported by years of industry experience and trusted products.

It is very important that once you've seen an issue with your crawl space or foundation that you contact a trusted repair company. We recommend this as there are some potentially dangerous issues that can accompany these issues including mildew, structural damage, and even permanent foundation damage. No matter if you require our foundation repair products to stop foundation issues, or crawl space services to prevent unnecessary damage under your home, our experts are here to help you.

Crawl Space Solutions

Crawl Space Jacks in Woods Cross Roads

In Woods Cross Roads, there are many homes that were built with crawl spaces instead of basements. For a long time, these were constructed with open vents which was intended to increase fresh air flow into the area and keep it dry. Unfortunately, the opposite is usually what happens. Having open vents allows water to get in when it rains or snows and the vents prevent proper evaporation which results in the humidity level staying too high which can harbor the growth of mildew. Up to ½ of the air in your home comes up through the crawl space so ensuring the crawl space is protected from the elements and controlling excess humidity can improve the overall air quality in your home.

Our team has been enclosing crawl spaces as long as we have been in business and we know the most efficient way to seal them off and control the humidity. We do this using a method known as encapsulation which is the installation of a thick liner or vapor barrier, occasionally installed with insulation products, which are heavy duty plastic and vinyl sheeting as well as covers to close off existing vents and a heavy duty door that can close off the area completely and prevent any excess moisture from entering. Closing the area will also prevent rodents and animals from moving in your crawl space which will keep any equipment there safe and allow you to use it for storage. After your crawl space is closed off, if necessary we can install a series of floor jacks to level sloping floors in your home.

Structural Foundation Repair

Foundation Settlement Repair Woods Cross Roads

Your foundation is quite possibly one of, if not the, most important areas of the home. It not only holds the building itself but it also forms the basement walls. If you've got foundation problems, they will generally show themselves as diagonal cracks in your brickwork, cracks that run along the foundation or across basement walls. Sometimes, you will see that your windows and doors will not open or close easily or even cracks at the corners of them. While these problems may not seem critical at first, they are all indicators of a sinking or settling foundation and they should be evaluated by an expert for specific problems to determine what type of a repair needs to be in place.

Thankfully, many foundation problems stem from similar issues and our team is very good at noticing these issues. We can implement a repair solution intended for your particular problem to permanently repair and stabilize the foundation or walls. If there is a sloping foundation, we can install a series of foundation piers to correct the problem. Depending on how bad it is and where it is, we will use either helical piers or push piers. Both types are very strong and are able to stabilize your foundation.

Contact Us

If you are interested in any of the solutions above, don't hesitate to fill out the form on our contact us page or call us directly at 757-367-5924 and schedule a meeting with one of our experts.